what is the difference between a cyst and a lesion? ...M@r!lNn...

Not medical advice: A cyst is a fluid-containing sac. A lesion is a general word for the site of an injury or wound. Cysts are slow-growing and generally very painless. Lesions can be any change in tissue or organ. Lesions are often described by physical appearance, such as a bulls-eye lesion or a coin lesion.
Updated on Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 10:22AM EST
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